The Professional Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society has announced that Omaha's Joey Greany has been named the Pacific Coast League Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year. The honor marks the second consecutive year Greany has been recognized as the top Strength and Conditioning Coach in the PCL, as well as fifth overall he has been honored by the PBSCCS, including each of the last four seasons.
Greany is in his ninth season with the Royals organization, including his third with the Storm Chasers, and was also tabbed the PCL's top Strength and Conditioning Coach last year. In addition, during his time with the Kansas City organization he has earned Carolina League (2014), South Atlantic League (2013), and Texas League (2011) Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year honors.
Prior to joining the Royals organization, Greany was a sports performance coach at Velocity Sports Performance in Mahwah, New Jersey. He played baseball at Alfred State College in New York, and at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee while receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education. He was inducted into the Alfred State College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011, and earned his Master's Degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania.
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